Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Le Maharajah Indian Restaurant, Paris, Review

I have been recently on a holiday trip to paris, the city of Love. I had a great time being there. My only concern throughout the journey was if by chance i would get an Indian Restaurant near close to any Sight seeing area, and to my luck i found Maharajah very close to Notre Dame Cathedral.

The ambiance is good. You will find all carved dining chairs and lots of Mughal arts on wall as well as glasses. The Hospitality of the Hotel Manager Siddharatha is quite over whelming. Not to miss mentioning the punjabi Chef who creates magic in his creations.

The Food was great.
We ordered a vegetable soup with chicken as starter. The soup was extremely delicious and was an excellent appetizer.
Then in the main course we ordered Rogan ghost , Nan and masala kulcha. The ghost or the mutton curry was Fantastic, it had correct blend of spices and its texture was awesome . 1 plate of curry was okay for two people.
Masala kulcha was stuffed with potato masala . It was soft and the masala stuffed inside was mouth watering. Although Butter nan was ok.
We also ordered cocktail in drink. I liked it too.

Atlast, since it was extremely cold outside we ordered Masala chai, which was good too. You can ask them to adjust the amount of milk you want in your tea and they would happily serve you back.

Although the food was extremely delicious the price was okay can't say over expensive but then yes it was expensive. We paid 39 euro's altogether for this but i found it really really worth it.!/

On a scale of 10 I would rate this as
Ambience: 8
Cost: 7
Taste: 10

Notre Dame Cathedral
6 Parvis Notre-Dame
Place Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France
1. Head southwest on Pl. du Parvis Notre-Dame/Parvis Notre-Dame - place Jean-Paul-II toward Promenade Maurice Carême
59 m
2. Continue onto Pont au Double
54 m
3. Continue onto Rue Lagrange
87 m
4. Continue onto Rue du Fouarre
37 m
5. Continue onto Rue Dante
140 m
6. Turn left onto Bd Saint-Germain
Destination will be on the left
100 m
72 Boulevard Saint-Germain
75005 Paris, France


  1. Its really very nice restaurant but bit expensive

  2. Just like you, my concern when I travel to Western countries is the same. Glad to that such restaurants exist but is quite normal these days. With globalization and many people traveling, any time of food can be found anywhere. I had a lovely spread of Indian food in Norway and other countries too.

    The 39euro definitely is worth every bit after reading the review you have shared.

    1. wow thats gud to hear u have a chain of restaurants. If i get a chance i would love to visit urs sometime too. :-)

  3. Hi, I'm the owner of the restaurant. I'm glad you liked it. Thank you very much for your review, bad or well, we always try to improve and make the best out of critics. May I put a link from your blog to the websiteand facebook of the restaurant?

  4. Restaurant review
    Taste -- 4/5
    Value for money -- 3.5/5
    Service -- 4/5
    Ambience -- 4.5/5

    Drinking water and snacks is free drinks!


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